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Over pastures, south coast NSW. Buy this print in my online store - [link]

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Finaly that break caught, the aurora has been really weak for over a month and just lately it has picked up, and super great that it was not as cloudy as yesterday.

Shot on a mountain called Kvænangsfjellet, near this summer open diner called Gildetun, and on a sidenote I have never seen so many stars so clearly as today.

Nikon d800, 14-24mm f/2.8, @ 14mm, 2.8, iso 1600, 8 seconds.
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Now part of the dA Valentine Exchange.

Watercolour and Sequin Detail 14x10 inches

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Thank you to anyone kind enough to add this painting to their collections and a special big thank you to my loyal Watchers.


Dreams of Elysium by AnnMarieBone Castle Combe by AnnMarieBone Prelude by AnnMarieBone Endless Days by AnnMarieBone Affinity by AnnMarieBone Colours of Time by AnnMarieBone
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Sometimes, creative impulses are so strong they won't let us sleep...

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A gift of poetry from WalkinginDreamlight :

"Sometimes
a pallet in
the hands
of imagination
can create
reality
from paint..."


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Credits:
girl : 29september
fish : bluehand
petals : Johanna Goodyear
The rest are my own stock.

Thanks you very much for your watch, comment & fav :blowkiss:

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This image is licensed under a Creative Commons Paternity - No Commercial use - No Modification 2.0 France License.
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This is colour Ilford HP5+, developed in Rodinal 1+50. This colour image was made with the trichromy process by merging three monochrome photographs into one colour photograph. By using a red, green and blue filter and normal black and white film, it is possible to shoot colour photographs without colour or slide film. I have written an article about that whole thing, it's written in german, so please use a translator if you are not familiar with the german language.

Vergiss den Farbfilm, Michael

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Shot on April 26, 2015 World Wide Pinhole Photograph Day (WPPD).  On Gari Melchers Estate, Belmont, in Falmouth Virginia. garimelchers.umw.edu/ Waterfalls are on a small creek leading down to Rappannock River.  The camera did not wrap the film tightly so there were light leaks along the edges in the last few images on the roll. 

Film: 120 ASA 100 Arista.EDU Ultra (generic Foma)
Camera: Holga WPC
Developed Caffenol–CM(rs) 
Scanned Epson V600 Edited in Adobe Elements 10
20150426hwpc-102

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Photographed with Camera La Sardina
Film: Fuji Neopan 400 Professional. 24x36mm 36 EXP. ISO 400/27°.
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To The grave 1 of 5



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Please, If you like our art, Share as much a you can! Likes and comments are highly appreciated, it keeps us motivated to see you all enjoying our work!

Photographer: E Van Dijk
Make up and headpiece: Vleer MakeUp Dance & Performance
Neckpiece: Elegant Curiosities
Outfit design and styling: Lilith Vanderstorme
Model: Lilith Vanderstorme
Postproduction/retouch: Darkashter
Date: 10 April 2015

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Wide-angle scenery from the Thousands Islands National Park at the border between New York State (USA) and Ontario (Canada). Processed with lavender purple colors in the foliage for a more surreal atmosphere. If I'm lucky and the weather cooperates, I may stop here soon on my drive to Montreal. Last time I only spent 15 minutes snapping some quick pics with a point-and-shoot camera, would be nice to spend a few hours with the good old tripod for HDR photos :)

Available for free at a high resolution of 4000 x 2664 px from the Wishing Well section of my website, you just need to click the Download button here: freestock.ca/wishing_well_%E2%…

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Stock Rules - Creative Commons 3.0EDIT 5/16/2013: In a move to simplify my Terms of Use and make my stock more accessible, I have decided to adopt a Creative Commons License - Attribution 3.0 Unported.
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More specifically, you are required to credit and link back to me every time my stock is used, preferably also with a credit link back to my own website for free stock photos at www.freestock.ca. It has become my life and blood these days, and I hope you can appreciate the sentiment as a fellow artist. Some of my
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A follow up of this. :) Sorry that the last picture is so blurry. 

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The milky way floats above St. Michaels Mount, Penzance.
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As night was falling on the glacier beach, I noticed an interesting flowing pattern going around this iceberg. A perfect, low-key ending to a wild day of shooting and evading waves.

If you'd like to experience and shoot these amazing locations under my dedicated guidance, please check out my upcoming 'Land of Ice' (south Iceland) and 'Winter Paradise' (northern Iceland) photography workshops next January.
You can view the workshops teaser trailer here!

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Canon 5D3
Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L II
Lee filters, Heliopan CPL
Jökulsárlón, Iceland

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Trichardsen // Tommy Richardsen // Facebook // flickr // 500px  // Google+

A boat moves slow across the water with the midnight sun in the background, really looked like a painting even looking at the small lcd screen on the camera.
Hope you guys like this. :)
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Midnight sun shines through the clouds over still water.

Shot in Nordreisa, Troms, Northern Norway.

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Sunflowers & sunrays at sunset on the eastern plains of Colorado during summer. I am going to talk as a second as an artist so stick with me, as this is something I rarely ever do. 
A lot of my work is a reflection of me and who I am. I've said many times that if you want to really know me, get to know my photography and the pictures you're presented with. Not many know this about me but often times I only post photographs which I have a deep emotional tie and bond with, photographs that are very representational of me, personally. Art has been a very personal thing for me and it continues to be 40+ years on. If you study the image and what it represents, you'll begin to understand how I see things, my state of mind, how I see the world. Look beyond the obvious of a "pretty picture" and into the depth of the image itself. If you can figure this image out then you in turn are also figuring me out. There's a tremendously deep conceptual value to almost every photo I post. Nobody really knows that but now you do. 
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Taken last sunday. The snow was vaporizing, creating subtle waves of fog. The dog just came wandering in :boing:


:bulletgreen: Post-processing: I darkened the top and the edges and upped the contrast and saturation.


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 Rustle In The Wind by Nelleke Utrecht by Nelleke Storm And White Flowers by Nelleke Crossing Borders by Nelleke London Twilight by Nelleke
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"Fractured Worlds" | Alvor, Portugal

"After the sun sets, may the healing begin..."

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Quite a difficult shot to expose. Had to use a 3 stop soft ND Grad filter (Hitech), overlaying a part of the dark portion of the filter over the water, to control the exposure. I also used a 4 stop non-grad ND to achieve the long exposure.

Sony a77 + Sigma 10-20mm
ISO 50
f/11
30 seconds
3 stop ND Grad soft Hitech + 4 stop ND Hitech
Tripod
Remote shutter
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To view all of 2013's spring photography visit the "March 3, 2013" entry on my blog! :pointr: [link]

Redding, California


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The Power Within



Acts 1:8

God's Spirit works in every believer. He does not limit Himself to pastors and missionaries. If you've received Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, then residing within you is the same great power that raised Christ from the dead (Rom 8:11) The Holy Spirit pours His energy into creating godly character in all who follow the Lord.

The fruit of the Spirit is so named because it is the character and conduct that the Holy Spirit produces in believers. These are qualities that we can't generate consistently on our own. The most powerful message we can give isn't a testimony or sermon; it is the life we live when the pressure is on, temptation is tremendous, or we are buried under an avalanche of problems.

What the world most needs to see in this modern culture is godly families loving one another, business people working with integrity and frugality, and young men and women who choose moral purity. In a word, the world needs to be exposed to believers who are obedient.

By showing peace instead of anxiety or practicing patience rather than speaking a sharp word, a Christian bears witness to the beauty of the gospel. We attract unbelievers to Christ through our words and deeds. They may turn down a doctrine, but they cannot ignore a righteous life.

The strongest gospel message does not come from a pulpit. The most powerful witness for Jesus Christ where you work, where you live, and where you relax is you. Submit to the Holy Spirit's work, and He will produce a great harvest of spiritual fruit in your life.

:bulletgreen: For more biblical teaching and resources from Dr. Charles Stanley, please visit www.intouch.org.
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10 Lessons from an Atheist


by Carl Kerby

When faced with the mocking rants of atheists and God-haters, our natural temptation is to dismiss them as ignorant bigots or to get angry. But that’s not Christ’s way. Christians who follow the Lamb’s example will find His Spirit shedding light in the most unexpected places.



Recently I was asked to watch a TV show that I would otherwise never have turned to. The show is hosted by two illusionists, Penn & Teller. Talented but very crude.
I reluctantly viewed two episodes poking fun at creationists and the Bible. My goal was to pull out their specific arguments and prepare responses that I could use in my worldview talks at churches and conferences.
Afterward I wanted nothing more to do with this program or these men. Their blatant disrespect for the Bible and my Savior angered me. To be honest, I was hardhearted toward them and said in my mind, “If I were ever to see them, I would walk right by and not say a word.” I felt justified in this attitude because the Bible tells us in Matthew 7:6, “Do not . . . cast your pearls before swine.”

“These guys are just big pigs!” I thought. How wrong I was! Shortly after evaluating this program I saw another short video where Penn (full name, Penn Jillette) shares about his encounter with a Christian man who gave him a gift after one of his shows.

Following are excerpts and some valuable lessons about how to share our faith with an atheist.

Lesson 1



“At the end of the show . . . we talk to folks, . . . sign the occasional autograph, shake hands, and so on. And there was one guy waiting over to the side . . . . He walked over to me and he said, ‘I was here last night at the show . . . and I liked it.’”

He was there the night before and came back. How many times have we passed up an opportunity to share the gospel with someone? Remember this, we can usually go back.

Lesson 2



“He was very complimentary about my use of language and complimentary about—you know—honesty and stuff. He said nice stuff.”

The Christian complimented the atheist’s gifts instead of attacking his weaknesses.

Lesson 3



“And then he said, ‘I brought this for you.’ And he handed me a Gideon pocket edition. I thought it said from the New Testament, but I also thought it . . . Psalms is from the New Testament, right?”

I can see you chuckling now, but don’t mock. Anyone could easily misspeak. Even if your listener doesn’t know that Psalms isn’t in the New Testament, he deserves patience and respect.

Lesson 4



“He said, ‘I wrote in the front of it. And I wanted you to have this. I’m kind of proselytizing.’”

This Christian man wasn’t intimidated. He opened his mouth and shared his faith, knowing how Penn felt about Christians and the Bible. Oh, how we need such boldness!

Lesson 5



“And then he said, ‘I’m a businessman. I’m sane. I’m not crazy.’ And he looked me right in the eye and did all of this.”

It’s so important that we take the time to look people in the eye, be sincere, and speak the truth in love. If you’re like me, you’re thinking, “He handed him a Bible? Penn’s going to tear this guy apart.”

Read how Penn responded:

“And it was really wonderful.”

Wow! I’m so embarrassed. I wouldn’t have spoken with this foul-mouthed atheist, much less given him a Bible. Penn was encouraged by this man’s boldness.

Lesson 6, 7, 8



“But he was not defensive, and he looked me right in the eyes. And he was truly complimentary. He wasn’t in any way—it didn’t seem like empty flattery. He was really kind and nice and sane and looked me in the eyes, and talked to me and then gave me this Bible.”

He wasn’t defensive or attacking.
Did you notice the phrase “he looked me in the eyes” repeated three times? This is so important.
He talked “to” him, not “at” him. Yes, there is a major difference.

Lesson 9



“This guy was a really good guy. He was polite and honest and sane, and he cared enough about me to proselytize and give me a Bible, [and he] had written in it a little note to me.”

Check your motivations! This man cared, and it came through clearly. If the Christian’s motivation had been to show the atheist how wrong he was or to just win an argument, those motives would have been just as clear.

Lesson 10



“I know there’s no God. And one polite person living his life right doesn’t change that.”

How about two, three, maybe four people living right? What if every Christian exuded this type of concern? Even though Penn didn’t “convert,” that’s not our concern. Our job is not to convict or convert. That is the Holy Spirit’s job. Our job is to converse (Mark 16:15). Christians must become more visible in the culture. We’ve been hiding our light under a basket far too long.

Please read and reread Penn’s last quote carefully.

“If you believe that there’s a heaven and hell and people could be going to hell—or not getting eternal life or whatever—and you think that, well, it’s not really worth telling them this because it would make it socially awkward. . . . How much do you have to hate somebody to not proselytize? How much do you have to hate somebody to believe that everlasting life is possible and not tell them that?”



As part of my talks all across America, I now show footage from this interview with Penn. This message needs to be preached in pulpits everywhere. If we say we love Jesus with our mouths, our actions should also reflect that love. To quote a friend, “Jesus paid much too high a price for us to pick and choose who should hear the gospel” (Romans 10:14-15).

Be bold!

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:bulletgreen: 10 Lessons from an Atheist taken from answersingenesis.org
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"Fake Deviants" repost from @Taibu-Kettu

A teacher in New York was teaching her class about bullying and gave them the following exercise to perform. She had the children take out a piece of paper and told them to crumple it up, stomp on it and really mess it up, not to rip it. Then she had them unfold the paper, smooth it out and look at how scarred and dirty it was. She then told them to tell it they're sorry. Now, even though they said they were sorry and tried to fix the paper, she pointed out all the scars they left behind. And that those scars will never go away no matter how hard they tried to fix it. That is what happens when a child bullies another child, they may say they're sorry, but the scars are there forever. The looks on the faces of the children in the classroom told her the message hit home. Copy and paste this if you are against bullying. Let's see who will actually re-post this. This is a test to see who's paying attention. This is a test to see how many people list actually pay attention. Copy and re-post in your own journal. Let's see who the real people are. Re-post this if you care about this kind of situation. Don't reply... just copy and paste this in a new bulletin as "Fake Deviants"
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Her breathing became ragged as she ran down the dark alleyway. She mentally cursed herself when she ran into the red brick of a dead end. Panic began to set in as she looked around for another escape route. He was coming and she knew it. She kept a scream at bay as she heard footsteps getting closer to her position.

"Come out, come out, wherever you are" a male voice sung as the footsteps got louder. The girl sucked in a sharp breath when she saw the man at the mouth of the alleyway. His black Italian boots clacking on the pavement as he drew closer. The girl whimpered as her back was right up against the wall. She didn't want to go, not like this.

"There you are!" he said as a sadistic smile graced his deathly pale skin. His blood red eyes sparkled with excitement as he strolled towards the brunette woman.

"Help!" she screamed at the top her lungs, hoping someone could save her from the man who was approaching her.

"No one can help you. No one can save you from your fate" the man said as he grabbed the woman's tanned chin. She jerked her body away successfully releasing herself from his strong grip.

"Who are you?" she asked as she pushed herself flat against the wall behind her.

"I'm known to you humans as The Grim Reaper" he introduced as he adjusted his blood red tie which matched his strange colored eyes. The woman's eyes widened as she realized that he was here to collect her soul.

"Now I don't have all day, so stop struggling and come with me" he said as he gave the woman a forced smile while fixing the cuff of his black dress shirt. She shook her head frantically as she attempted to get away. The Grim Reaper let out a sigh as she managed to pass him and began to run away again.  He brushed a piece of his midnight black hair out of his eyes before he began to pursue the fleeing woman. She ran as fast as she could and ended up running down a street crowded with people.

"Please help me" she begged a man who happened to pass her. But he didn't see her or even hear her. Salty tears streamed down her cheeks from her forest green eyes. She started running again as she heard the Reaper's boots hitting the pavement as he approached. She didn't see a small pothole and ended up tripping over and landing onto the hard ground. She looked behind her to see the Reaper walking towards her with a look showing that he knew he had won.

"Get away from me Grim Reaper!" she cried as she scrambled away from him.

"I prefer the name Grim" he said as the woman finally made it to her feet and sprinted away. Grim's patience began to wear thinner as he watched the woman run with every ounce of her being. But he didn't get mad because he knew that he would win in the end. He watched her long brunette hair fly behind her as she abruptly turned a corner. He didn't have to worry though. He already knew where she was running to even though she didn't. This always happened when he was collecting a soul. They would always run and flee but he would end up cornering them and then he would take their soul. She stopped abruptly to stop herself running into the wall in front of her. Another dead end. She nearly punched the wall out of frustration when she heard Grim getting closer.

"I've cornered you. Time for me to get your soul" Grim said with a smug look on his pale white face. He held back a chuckle as he watched the woman cower in fear.

"Please spare me" she pleaded as more tears fell from her eyes.

"No. You're on the list and I follow the list" he said sternly which frightened the woman even more.

"Now" he said switching back to a gentler tone, "come with me." He outstretched his hand and stared deeply into her forest green eyes. This was a technique that he used with most female souls and it always caused them to make the fatal mistake of taking his hand. A look of awe covered her tanned face as she grabbed his pale hand before she realized what she had done.

"Let go of me!" she cried as she tried to pull her hand out of his grip.

"No" he said as his grip tightened on her hand even more. He used his other hand to gently grab her chin and forced her to look in his eyes.

"Too bad you're so cute" he said before he pressed his cold lips against her warm ones. Her eyes widened in surprise but she gently closed them. He pulled back just as she began to fade away and eventually became a blue glass ball which was about the size of a golf ball. He let out an exhausted sigh before he pocketed the glass orb.

"This is such hard work" he told himself as he rubbed his temples. He spun on his heel and began to walk back to the place he called home.

                                           ***
"I'm home" Grim called out as he entered his vacant home. For once he would like to hear a sweet female voice say "Welcome home!" or "Glad you're back" as they would smile at him gently. But sadly that would never happen. He placed the blue orb he had collected earlier down a chute which lead to the afterlife. Now that soul would pass over and not be stuck on Earth. He let out a sad sigh as he sat down into a plush velvet chair placed in the corner of the lounge room. He had a bit of time before he had to collect his next soul. Whenever he had spare time all he would do was sit down in the same chair and think about how nice it would be to have a person to be by his side and to love him for who he was.

"Why do I do this?" he asked the empty room he was currently in.  He looked down at his clasped pale hands for a while pondering how his so called life, could be different.

"Why do I have to be so alone?" Grim asked aloud and receiving silence as the answer. All Grim wanted was someone to make his job not so lonely.
So this is an original short story I have written. If it is similar to anyone else's work please let me know! Feedback and constructive criticism would be appreciated :D
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I did this for a contest a while back.
The RC armor here has been modified by adding a visor and kama to the armor.
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"The ground on which we stand is sacred ground. It is the blood of our ancestors"  ~Chief Plenty Coups, Crow Tribe


Here is the epic view that you're rewarded with at the end of a long slow uphill climb at Logan Pass - Hidden Lake with majestic Bearhat Mountain towering over it like a sentinel. 
This one amazing panorama before me, personified my most treasured dreams and also what MY heaven would look like. small heart - darker blue by prettypunkaesmall heart - darker blue by prettypunkaesmall heart - darker blue by prettypunkae

:music:Amazing Grace ~ R. Carlos Nakai

Hidden Lake, Logan Pass
Glacier National Park
Montana
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Mir Zinnia, Purebreed Egypt Arabian
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Mir Zinnia and Naplez Belitze - two purebreed Egypt Arabians.
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Level Up! was kind enough to invite me for a live demo (5th May 2014).
This is the image I painted during the demo.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzFft4…

The demo was 2 hours and I took an extra half hour later to do some touching up.



You can see all the demos (they invited many very talented people, definitely worth a watch!) here : www.fusroda.com/

The psd file for this will be up probably tomorrow on the website. I'll put up a link to it once it's there.

The demo was fun :) Thanks to the guys at Level Up! And thanks for watching. :)
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Yay new painting style!  I'm trying not to rely on line-art so much and get more 3d looking characters...this guy is my new oc who is a sphinx but wears a bird mask so people think he's a gryphon so he can get away with stuff...
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Brown bear cubs,Finland.Кафяви мечета,Финландия
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